The Norber Erratics

High on a lonely hillside stands a stony herd – the Norber Erratics.  These great boulders, deposited by passing glaciers during the last Ice Age, have dotted the landscape for thousands of years.  Being made of sandstone, the weather had affected them differently to the surrounding limestone pavement – rain erodes the limestone at a much faster rate, leaving the erratics perched atop narrow stone pedestals that look rather like legs.  I can’t help but feel that they might just wander off on some new adventure.

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